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New course: Tea fundamentals with Nathan Wakeford

Posted by Emily Marr on Dec 12, 2018 4:54:56 PM

When you think of the most popular drinks consumed around the world, water coming in at number one probably doesn't surprise you. But what about tea coming in at number two? Yep, before coffee, wine and beer comes the humble cup of tea.

It could be because it comes in so many flavours, it could be because it's been consumed for centuries. There's no definite answer but, one thing we know for sure... taking advantage of this booming tea trend is a must for any hospitality business.

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Topics: Typsy news, Tips for front of house, Tips for back of house, Hospitality trends

Top venues with crafted tea menus

Posted by Chloe Papas on Nov 22, 2018 9:00:00 AM

It’s the second most consumed beverage in the world after water, yet tea is rarely given center stage. However, more and more restaurants, bars and hotels around the world are extending their tea lists beyond the classic English Breakfast or Oolong to accommodate for customers who can’t or don’t wish to drink alcohol or coffee, and to follow in the footsteps of venues that are rapidly gaining in popularity due to their tea menus.

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Topics: Menu advice, Hospitality trends, Tips for front of house

Six of the most haunted restaurants in the world

Posted by Emily Marr on Oct 31, 2018 3:30:00 PM

Happy Halloween! This annual event originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people would dress up in costumes and light bonfires to ward off ghosts. Today, Halloween is celebrated with trick-or-treating, costumes, pumpkin carving and more. But the essential ingredient – ghosts – hasn’t vanished.

For some, these chilling apparitions don’t disappear at the stroke of midnight. In fact, quite a few restaurants around the world have some chilling tales which will see your skin crawling no matter what time of the year.

Read on if you dare.

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Topics: Hospitality trends, Hospitality inspiration

New course: WHS - Slips, trips, and falls with Luke Croston

Posted by Emily Marr on Oct 22, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Working in the hospitality industry means being on the move from the moment you clock on to the moment you clock off. Often it seems there is no time for stressing about hazards around the workplace. But, relying on people to put items away properly or clean up spilled goods isn't always the best practice.

The International Labour Organization estimates that 2.3 million people succumb to work-related accidents or diseases every year. Fortunately, there are simple ways to protect yourself and your teammates to ensure that injuries on the job are avoided. 

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Topics: Typsy news, Tips for front of house, Tips for back of house, Hospitality trends

New course: Manual handling with Luke Croston

Posted by Emily Marr on Oct 11, 2018 11:15:00 AM

Anyone who works in the hospitality industry knows that heavy lifting comes with the job. Whether it's a box of cleaning products, a box of fresh vegetables or a carton of milk, lifting heavy objects is a day-to-day task. But, with heavy objects comes the risk of injury - statistics show that 39% of workplace incidents stem from body stressing.

Working in a fast-paced workplace means that, sometimes, things can get overlooked. It can also mean that when help is needed, there might not be anybody available to ask. With the clock ticking and tasks needed to be done, this is when injuries can occur.

 

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Topics: Typsy news, Tips for front of house, Tips for back of house, Hospitality trends

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